2010-W American Silver Eagle Proof - PCGS PR70 DCAM

2010-W American Silver Eagle Proof - PCGS PR70 DCAM

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Add this one of a kind coin with no visible flaws and a great story of history to your growing coin collection today. From its very first year of issue, the Silver Eagle has been produced by the United States Mint. The American Silver Eagle Proof Coins are created by a minting process that involves the manual feeding of polished blanks into particular presses that pummel each proof coin several times. The result of these intricate details produces an American Silver Eagle atop a brilliantly mirrored field. 

American Silver Eagle Coin History

In 2009, the U.S. Mint ran completely out of silver. Because of this, no Proof Silver Eagles were minted that year. In 2010, the production resumed of the Proof Silver Eagle mints. Unfortunately, Silver Eagle did not have enough Silver to produce the Burnished Silver Eagle. In conclusion, these coins are of such great value because they were minted during a time of crisis where the nation was experiencing a major shortage of silver. 

Silver Eagle Certification

Every one of these 2010 Silver Eagle coins has been certified by PCGS. This has all been completed in perfect grade PR70DCAM. This grade guarantees no visible flaws when the coin is viewed under 5x magnification.

Silver Eagle Coins Mintages

There are 849,861 coins in this condition from 2010. This is also the First Proof Silver American Eagle struck after the 2009 hiatus. To ensure maximized protection, your coin will be shipped to you in a plastic case with proper labeling. This Silver Eagle contains one troy ounce of .999 fine silver and has been issued a face value of $1 (USD). Bearing a grade of PR70, this coin is also a designated Ultra-cameo. In terms of appearance, a walking Liberty half dollar design including the year 2010 is on the front while the heraldic eagle of the United States is on the backside.

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